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"A great deal of an aeroplane could be holed without affecting its ability to fly. Wings and fuselage could be—and often were—pierced in 50 places, missing the occupants by inches (blissfully unaware of how close it had come until they returned to base). Then the sailmaker would carefully cover each hole with a square inch of Irish linen frayed at the edges and with a brushful of dope make our aircraft 'serviceable' again within an hour." Lewis, Cecil. Farewell to Wings. London: Temple Press Books, 1964.
 
WWI Aircraft Serial Number:

Viewing all records: 16921
  Serial # Aircraft Unit Pilots/Observers
E1391 S.E.5a 64 Squadron Lt G L Wood
E1392 S.E.5a 24 Squadron 2Lt E P Crossen
E1397 S.E.5a 60 Squadron John Edgcumbe Doyle
E1398 S.E.5a 85 Squadron Orville Alfred Ralston
E1399 S.E.5a 32 Squadron George Edgar Bruce Lawson
  S.E.5a 32 Squadron Bogart Rogers
E1400 S.E.5a 74 Squadron Andrew Cameron Kiddie
E1401 Sopwith Camel
E1404 Sopwith Camel 208 Squadron Lt W S K Scudamore
E1405 Sopwith Camel 210 Squadron Ivan Couper Sanderson
17 Sep 1918—Shot up; WIA
E1406 Sopwith Camel 213 Squadron John Edmund Greene
E1407 Sopwith Camel 4 Squadron (AFC) Leonard Thomas Eaton Taplin
E1408 Sopwith Camel 208 Squadron Sgt D Tottman
E1409 Sopwith Camel 148th Aero Squadron 1Lt LT Wyly
E1410 Sopwith Camel 4 Squadron (AFC) Lt R C Nelson
 
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